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Jun 12, 2011 4:30pm PDT
there is consistency and a strategy? >> on this one i will refer to peter albert who knows a lot more about those issues. >> peter albert from mca. yes, the consistency is pretty important. -- peter albert from mta. we are choosing to benefit from this effort. for instance, even before we drafted the people plan and a bike plan, the sf park, an interesting program that helps is managing traffic. we also met with the transportation control system to look at the big picture at mta. the goal here is one of the things that i think is so important is we get to test and pilot programs that we do not often get the opportunity to do. by bringing the teams and looking at their plants, we are actually looking at elements of what they try to do without stepping on the toes of the process and testing that to see how viable they can be so that that is one of the benefits michael alluded to. supervisor campos: thank you. colleagues, i do not know if you have any of their questions. i want to thank you for the presentation. really well done. why don't we now open it up to public comment. if there is
Jun 7, 2011 1:00am PDT
cities cannot. he is not here right now, but i would like to extol the virtues of peter albert. he has done a fantastic job of getting us to a place where we have some fantastic strategies. environmental sustainability, it goes without saying that we want to have this great event on the bay that respects the beautiful environment that we brought it to. including the very sensitive areas along the bay that people are going to want to watch from. obviously, we feel the transportation strategies have a park could play. getting people out of their private automobiles and into more environmentally friendly modes of transit. whether it is pedestrians or other forms of high-volume. thinking about that in a top down way allowed us to build strategies that support the environmental goals of the event. the third guiding principle can be looked out from a few different angles. this is really the first time that the america's cup has been visible from shore in a very urban environment. in some ways we have no projections of what this event but brought in terms of people. we need to understand
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